Moving On


Pupils have excellent standards of personal development by the time they leave the School. They are confident, self-aware and emotionally mature for their age.”
ISI Report 2016


With a 100% pass rate for senior school entry in Year 8, about 70% of our boys move on to 13+ London day schools; the remainder transferring to boarding schools. King’s House School is justifiably proud of its success in recent years in getting its boys in to some of the most academic schools in the country.


The emphasis is always on finding the right school for the right child and advice is given throughout a child’s time at King’s House School.


About a third of our Year 8 boys are prepared for academic scholarship entry examinations or for music, sport, art or drama awards.


Every other year we host a senior school fair for parents where up to twenty five senior schools are represented and parents of younger boys can gather information and meet ex King’s House students.

In 2017 we sent boys to the following day schools:


Cleremont Fan (1)
Epsom College (2)
Hampton (4)
Harrodian (2)
Ibstock Place (2)
Kew House (1)
King’s College (1)
Kingston Grammar (2)
Radnor House (2)
St. Benedict’s (1)
St. George’s (1)
St. James’ (1)
St. Pauls (8)

And to the following boarding schools:


Canford (2)
Charterhouse (1)
Cranleigh (3)
Epsom College (2)
Eton (2)
Harrow (1)
Tonbridge (1)
Wellington College (2)
Whitgift (1)



After 27 years King’s House legend Bill Sharrock retired from teaching in 2015. As History played such a significant role in both his and the lives of his pupils, his legacy is the launch of the King’s House Alumni.


King’s House School was founded in 1946, since when over 2000 children have passed through its doors on the very same site in the King’s Road, Richmond. The School is committed to both maintaining and re-establishing links with Old King’s House boys (and girls in the Nursery) in recognition of the important role they play in the School’s heritage.


When our pupils leave King’s House School, they will be automatically made life-long members of our alumni network.
Our aim is to keep King’s House alumni connected with each other fostering support and friendship as well as loyalty to the School.


Alumni will be invited to future events as well as sharing their experiences with the next generation at the School. You can find old friends and make new ones and there may be opportunities to network with fellow King’s House alumni.


If you, or any of your year group, would like to join King’s House alumni please click here to complete the form and return to the School at

Registration to our alumni is free, secure and exclusive to King’s House School. Everybody is checked against our records. You can also use our King’s House Alumni groups on Facebook and Linkedin.


Stay in touch and keep us updated with your contact information sending any changes to including school and university details, employment history and achievements. We would very much like to hear your memories of King’s House too.